Frisco, Texas has been one of the fastest growing cities in America for many years. Families and companies are moving to Frisco to have it all. We have the small-town community atmosphere with all the world-class amenities of a major American city. Come to Frisco and you’ll be hooked, too.
“For me, being Mayor of Frisco is a dream come true. Being in the greatest city in the greatest state in the greatest nation on earth, there’s no place I would rather be. You are my Frisco Tribe, let’s work together to make it happen.”
Please 'Contact Us' to send us your vision on how we can grow the city together. The top ideas will be shared with city council and a very real potential of being implemented right here in Frisco.
Jeff wants to see quality over quantity developments, and has consistently championed unique design with incorporated open space and walkability that creates the dynamic experiences needed to attract Fortune 100 employers, unique retail, and destination dining.
Commitment to public safety has always been Priority #1 for Frisco, and myself whilst helping lead our city. This has been made evident by the Frisco Fire Department earning their ISO 1 Rating, an honor only 36 cities in the US have attained.
I am a proponent of always exploring opportunities for public-private partnerships to expand our park network. Residents benefit from the opportunity to access world-class facilities and training without the tax burden.
Mayor Cheney is a proponent of a less dense city, with fewer apartments, to make sure we maintain the quality of life our residents moved here for - with ample parks, world-class amenities, and a relief from gridlock on our roads.
Quality of Life
Mayor Cheney will continue to advocate for responsible investment in specialty parks, green space, cultural facilities, public art and entertainment districts that create an inclusive community draw residents and tourists alike.
“The foundation for Frisco has been laid and this city is on the cusp of greatness. However, there is much work to be done. With the 2nd half of the city yet to be built, I would be honored to lead the community to fulfill it’s potential.”
As we build new parks and neighborhoods, we cannot forget about our aging amenities, parks, and infrastructure, and must always consider the need for reinvestment in our city.